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One Thousand White Women - 18 October, NOTEBOOK VII - Winter 1 November and 5 November 1875 Summary & Analysis

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18 October, NOTEBOOK VII - Winter 1 November and 5 November 1875 Summary

The bands are arriving at winter camp from all directions. some going to the Agency for the winter. General Crook, or "Three Stars" promises that those who comply early with his orders to give themselves up to an agency will be given the best land and more provisions. Some of the white women and their husbands, anxious about giving birth in the winter with no doctors, have gone on to the agency, an inevitability being faced by everyone. May is certain they will all be able to convince their husbands by the end of winter to surrender to "the inexorable march of civilization."

As their band approaches winter camp, they all sing a Little Wolf song of friendship. The camp is protected from wind by mountains and bluffs. May...

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